Welcome to the North Carolina Green Party

The North Carolina Green Party (NCGP) is alive and growing. Please connect with us on our Facebook Page and Twitter for our events and news.

What's the Green Party? The word "Green" means more than just the environment—it means "ecology," doing what's right for healthy systems. That's why we are feminist, why we are anti-racist, why we support gender equality and gender diversity, and why we reject capitalism—and why we believe all these things are interrelated. The NCGP is no ordinary party: we're a membership-based, dues-paying party funded by individual working-class members, not corporate and elite interests. We're committed to social, racial, economic, and environmental justice. Consider becoming a member today.

Join our active local Facebook groups across the state:

Charlotte (Charlotte, Gastonia, Salisbury, Tryon, etc)
Eastern NC and Cape Fear (Greenville, Wilmington, New Bern, etc.)
Triad (Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Burlington)
Triangle (Chapel Hill/Orange County, Durham, Raleigh, Cary)
Western NC (Asheville, Boone, Cullowhee, etc.)
North Carolina Green Party (our main statewide NCGP Facebook group)
North Carolina Green Party Organizers (group devoted to Green action/organizing statewide)

These groups are a great way to connect with like-minded people and to learn about our meetings and other events.


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The North Carolina Green Party adheres to the Ten Key Values of the Green Party of the United States. The first four values are the pillars of our party: grassroots democracy, ecological wisdom, nonviolence, and social justice & equal opportunity.

The Green Party is revitalizing our planet and our democracy without the corrupting influence of corporate and PAC money. In North Carolina, we're working to achieve ballot access so we can run Greens at all levels of government, and we're building grassroots people power as well. Because we believe change will come when progressive and radical people's movements decide that movement activism must also include this critical element: building our own political power outside the confines of the capitalist Democratic and Republican parties.


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